Providence Bay farmer squares off against ‘big guys’ in fight for stable chicken prices...

PROVIDENCE BAY—Providence Bay’s Glenn Black, president of the Small Flock Poultry Farmers of Canada, will be facing off against the Chicken Farmers of Ontario...

Dave Williamson running for federal Conservatives

MANITOULIN - The Conservative Party of Canada will be represented by Dave Williamson in Algoma-Manitoulin-Kapuskasing for the upcoming federal election. Mr. Williamson...

Old School committee agrees part of focus will be on seniors’ centre

Mindemoya—The January 9 meeting of the Mindemoya Old School House Repurposing Committee (MOSHRC), held in council chambers, began with consultation follow-ups. The December meeting...

Doric Lodge ceremony celebrates Second World War vets’ 70th year as a Mason

LITTLE CURRENT—Freemasonry enjoys a storied and mysterious reputation, thanks in large part to the private nature of the fraternal organization, but on Tuesday, September...

Wikwemikong’s warrior spirit evidence on Remembrance Day

WIKWEMIKONG— Wikwemikong’s warrior spirit is very much alive and well, as evidenced by the recent showing of community support at the Remembrance Day services...

Annual Debajehmujig 6 Foot Festival gears up for 8th season

MANITOWANING—The popular Debajehmujig Storytellers’ 6 Foot Festival is coming up fast and this year looks to be shaping up to be the best ever...

Eagle feather presented to the courthouse in special ceremony

GORE BAY—A very special eagle feather ceremony was held last week at the Gore Bay Courthouse. An eagle feather was presented to the Gore...

Assiginack continues to distance itself from Burns Wharf Theatre Players

ASSIGINACK—Following an in-camera session at its September 18 meeting, Assiginack council passed a resolution that further distanced itself from the Burns Wharf Theatre Players...

Island artists shine at annual juried show

WALDEN—The Northern Ontario Art Association’s (NOAA) 58th Annual Juried Exhibition took place in front of a packed house at the Walden (Lively) Arena in...

Steve Paikin heads up Kagawong panel on provincial politics

KAGAWONG—Steve Paikin is a familiar face to fans of TVO’s award winning current affairs program The Agenda, but he is also an accomplished author...

Cormorant, Fisheries Act concerns need to be addressed, says local rep

GORE BAY—Cormorant management and Canada’s Fisheries Act are just two of the issues that  members of the Committee of Advisors to the Great Lakes...

First Nations vow to oppose imposed education act

MANITOULIN—The decision of the Harper government to forge ahead with a First Nations Education Act in the face of strong opposition from the political...
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